50 years ago today
WILLIAMSTOWN -- Marine Pfc. James Grady Jr., son of Mrs. Harold Rosenburg of 2 Manning St., has reported to the Naval Air Station at Lakehurst, N.J., following a week of testing and screening at the Naval Air Training Center in Memphis, Tenn. He enlisted in the Marines last March. NORTH ADAMS -- John St. Cyr, son of Anna St. Cyr of Walden Street, has passed the Massachusetts bar examination, qualifying him as an attorney in this state. He is now a legal adviser for the All State Insurance Co. in Boston. St. Cyr graduated in 1953 from St. Joseph's High School and graduated from Georgetown University Law School last June.
25 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- Quarterback Dave Daloia ran two yards for one touchdown and passed for another in the Drury junior varsity football team's 22-8 victory over Brattleboro. Kurt Gamari and Eric Puccio also scored touchdowns. Robbie Stack helped Drury defensively with an interception and a fumble recovery.
CLARKSBURG -- North Adams Country Club recently held the Flaming Leaves Tournament. Bernie Birkland and Ed Pilot were winners in the first division, followed by Steve Kawa and Al Boucher. In the second division, winners were Don Moulton and John Millis, followed by George Roy and Mike Pierce. In the third division, winners were Jay Westcott and Neil Martin, followed by Ernie Kittler and Jim Cariddi Jr.
10 years ago today
NORTH ADAMS -- In North Adams Youth Football Senior Division play, the North Adams Raiders beat Lee 28-0. Scores came from Jake Cantoni, Brett Logan, Mike Shea and Kevin Engwer. Chase Huttle ran in two, two-point conversions. Aaron Durant and Dillon Flynn led the defensive efforts with two sacks each. Flynn and Engwer each recovered fumbles.
NORTH ADAMS -- In North Adams Youth Football PeeWee Division action, the North Adams Cowboys beat Lee Wildcats, 6-0. The lone score came from North Adams QB Stephen Tworig, who galloped into the end zone from 60 yards out. Tworig also made four key tackles on defense. Joe Paulin made three tackles and one sack.